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    Austin - I so hope I can get to see some of your work in person some day. In the above example...those dark shadows, those blacks...my guess (from what I can barely see) is that there is a richness that simply cannot be conveyed here. Frustrating!

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    I just got back from a quick visit to Seattle and was regularly reminded of the things Tuco, Austin, et.al see in the pacific northwest. Flying in at night I could see hilly areas enveloped in ground fog and I think of the graveyard photos with the fog, etc... There was plenty of overhead mist that didn't reach the ground like in Austin's photo above.. Got to descend through some of that. Got some miles in on foot walking in the city and saw those fleeting sunlight opportunities you guys sometimes get. Trees are different than here judging by watching out the light rail south of the city. I'd like to have spent more time.. It's got some similarities to my area in terms of climate, light, but is also very different!

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    A BSA Goldstar: 80mm lens, TriX film, scanned from print.

    [IMG]R2N12 BSA Goldst LFF by John Olsen, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Good photography and vintage motorcycle engines are two things I never get tired of, thanks John O.

    John Layton, thanks for the vote of confidence. To be honest, there isn't a lot of detail in the shadows of the image above; it was before sunrise and still fairly dark. In general, pictures do lose a fair bit of quality on the computer screen. As for a show, I'm plotting something big for next year, though the place I'm plotting it to be in has no idea yet. :-) Wish me luck!

    jp, I'm glad to you got a taste of the Pacific Northwest. One thing I like about living here is that, from my house in Portland, I can drive an hour west and reach the ocean, or alternatively, I can head east up the Columbia River Gorge and about an hour later, I'm in the sunshine, in a landscape that's almost desert. If you're ever in Portland, please don't hesitate to drop me a line. Here're some foggy cemetery photos:

    In a Cemetery, Portland by Austin Granger, on Flickr

    In a Cemetery, Portland by Austin Granger, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by austin granger View Post
    excellent! I like the gentle foreground line and the tree being different but still strong. Nothing wrong with no shadow detail if it looks right in the end result.

    I may visit again in the spring and will try to reserve a day for photography/driving and would let you know.

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    Super Angulon f/5.6 65mm. HP5+, DS-10. Fomabrom Variant 112, DS-14
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    I like this image.

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    IMG_9190 (2) by , on Flickr
    Rolleiflex T, Ilford FP4+ in Pyrocat HD, print on Oriental Seagull FB
    I like this, are prints available?

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    Rolleiflex automat tessar, tmy2 in pyrocat hdc.
    Thomaston Maine. I really dig how smoothly things go into oof with the 75mm tessar... The depth of field, perpendicular lines, and the way the overcast light models on those shapes provides the separation of scene elements as needed.


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